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in·scape

 (ĭn′skāp′)
n.
The essential, distinctive, and revelatory quality of a thing: "Here is the inscape, the epiphany, the moment of truth" (Madison Smartt Bell).

inscape

(ˈɪnskeɪp)
n
(Philosophy) the essential inner nature of a person, an object, etc
[C19: from in-2 + -scape, as in landscape; coined by Gerard Manley Hopkins]
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Media Analytics is the kind of innovator we look to partner with," said Jodie McAfee, Inscapes Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing.
In his second solo show, Inscapes, Gerrico Blanco re-appropriates the Romantic Child in a collection of 15 new works that traverses colorful dreamscapes of fantasy and adventure.
is never dislodged," thereby attaining a necessity, an "absolute existence" whose explanation is nevertheless opaque--such are the particular inscapes that, despite their formal variety, intimate the deeper order that gives them their being (Oxford Essays, p.
Inscapes Gallery owner Cris Torp told KPTV-TV that Newport police caught four raccoons red-pawed Tuesday night.
If one does not show care or concern for the inscapes of beings without capacities for self-reflection, one is not worthy of unqualified concern for the flourishing of one' s own inscape.
For example, Mariani describes Hopkins's view from a road in Horsham: "the clouds, the inscapes of trees .
SPORTS ground contracting, landscaping and environmental business Inscapes is expanding following funding from Finance Wales.
Along with the acquisition of a world empire, the great minds of our forebears created vast new territories to be explored; while painters turned their eyes to landscapes, writers were being equipped with the conceptual craft to journey into inscapes.
God's Grandeur" explores this sacred nexus--the integral inscapes that link man to nature and nature to man.
In particular, he followed Scotus by pursuing the idea of a double Incarnation: the first being aeonic and stemming from the Word of the Creator emptying Himself temporally throughout the material universe and so giving rise at every moment to fresh inscapes and a billion-fueled beauty.
Hopkins wants to write objects' innate, determinate patterns--their inscapes, to use his own term.
Kingfishers, in transmitting their inscapes, might also burst into flames, exploding in a climax of simultaneous demonstration and dissolution.